Local Headlines 10-13-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Ex-school board candidate saw bias from selection panel

Op-ed: Salt Lake is ready and able to support taxis and ride-sharing

Editorial: Utah’s model of helping the homeless

Editorial: Utah Republicans starting to take on poverty

State eyes minimum monthly fee for express-lane solo drivers

Will Willard ruling impact Salt Lake’s District Attorney race?

2nd Congressional District: Stewart, Robles reject extremist labels

Paul Rolly: Davis GOP secretary quits, alleges misuse of party funds

Will split decision knock out UTOPIA?

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Percolating issues that could bubble into state politics

Drew Clark: Supreme Court avoids same-sex marriage decision, but not the fallout

A. Scott Anderson: With predictions for voter turnout low, Utahns need to step it up

Op-ed: Debates offer an intelligent way to decide among candidates

John Florez: Gov. Herbert was wrong to turn down money for preschool

Editorial: Smaller class sizes may not be the best priority for Utah schools

Health of family ‘indivisible from destiny of nation,’ Sen. Mike Lee tells philanthropists

Mia Love hopes second congressional try is the charm

Doug Owens hopes family path leads to Washington

Doug Robinson: A former governor speaks about the issues of the day

State School Board offers superintendent position to Ogden candidate; offer accepted

Gov. Gary Herbert’s campaign fundraiser sells out, another planned

Groundwater rule brings wave of protest from Western governors, farm bureau